The hypnotherapy training is so completely different to conventional education. I believe the course not only gives knowledge but inspires confidence.
Wallington, Surrey (PRWEB UK) 23 March 2013
The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy surveyed a selection of its former students from the last ten years. One of the more surprising results was the students’ perception that the course delivered much more than just a hypnotherapy education.
Out of the students surveyed, 60% believed that at the end of the hypnotherapy training they felt more confident, more able to deal with confrontation, had an improved self-image and generally felt more relaxed about life.
Many of the students reported that having an education in hypnotherapy gave them a better insight into the dynamics of relationships, which improved their own personal relationships with partners, family and friends.
Tracey Grist, a former student, said “The hypnotherapy training is so completely different to conventional education. I believe the course not only gives knowledge but inspires confidence.”
Paul Howard, Institute Director, said “This sort of personal change is typical with clients, but of course is a natural occurrence with those studying hypnotherapy with us. During the hypnotherapy course many issues that affect the public are discussed and analysed and this naturally affects the way that students with similar issues behave in relation to the problem. Then of course they are practising the techniques we use to resolve the problems in clients and this can be a powerful force for change in students, just as it is with clients.”
Because of the wide varied issues covered during the hypnotherapy training course, it is quite likely that it will cover a lot of the problems that a student might have.
The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy work with students from around the country because they recognise the value in a practical approach.
Hypnotherapy is by definition a practical business and, without the knowledge and understanding about what can and does happen in therapy situations, hypnotherapists starting out can often feel so nervous, that they find lots of reasons not to go into practise and so fall at the first hurdle.
Paul Howard is a trainer and practising hypnotherapist at The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy in Wallington, Surrey, UK. He has clocked up over 12,000 client hours and he is also the Marketing Director for the National Council for Hypnotherapy.
The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy run intensive and weekend diploma courses throughout the year. Their courses are always done in small groups and The National Council for Hypnotherapy, the première hypnotherapy governing body in the UK, externally accredits the diploma.